Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Also Known As: F125 IN and TFE1040
and United States of America
AIDC, Honeywell and ITEC* (*) lead contractor
Parent System: F125
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1991
Total Production: 565
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Description: The F125, also known as the TFE1040, is a turbofan engine produced by the International Turbine Engine Company (ITEC), a joint venture of Honeywell and AIDC. The F125 engine was designed to power combat and training fixed-wing aircraft in the late 1980s. Its features include an advanced dual FADEC control system, modular construction, integrated engine health monitoring system (EMS), and outstanding power-to-weight ratio. The F125 is similar to the F124 but incorporates an afterburner module to achieve increased thrust levels required by combat aircraft.
The F125 engine's efficient and durable design and construction allows for surge free operation throughout the flight envelope. The engine develops 6,000-lb of thrust or more than 9,000-lb using afterburning. It was selected to power the Republic of China (Taiwan) Air Force's twin-engine Ching-Kuo Indigenous Defense Fighter (IDF) also developed and produced by AIDC. Since its introduction in 1991, over 325 engines have been delivered to Taiwan to power the IDFs.
Bypass Ratio: 0.41
Fuel Weight Consumption at Cruise: 0.81 lb/hr
Max Fuel Weight Consumption: 2.06 lb/hr
Dry Weight: 1,360 pound (617 kilogram)
Max Thrust non-Afterburning: 6,025 pound
Max Thrust with Afterburning: 9,250 pound (4,196 kilogram)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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